Medical Assistant / Phlebotomy Training
If you are thinking about career training in health care, consider our Medical Assistant/Phlebotomy program. Aging populations, along with the transition to electronic health records, are just two of the factors that are driving the growth in this career field. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the healthcare industry is projected to see an increase in the demand for qualified medical staff, including medical assistants.
As a medical assistant, you can become an important part of a health care team. Your responsibilities could include patient records management, medical laboratory procedures, CPR, scheduling patient appointments and measuring vital signs. With Platt College's Medical Assistant/Phlebotomy program, you can learn these skills and be ready to enter this exciting career field.
This Medical Assistant/Phlebotomy training program can be a great fit for students who want to work in the health care field without spending years in school. Also, as a medical assistant, you can have the opportunity to get started in the healthcare industry, and if you are working alongside other health care positions, you could use this position as a stepping-stone to other great healthcare career opportunities.
High school diploma, GED, or equivalent required.
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- Lawton, OK
- Moore, OK
- Tulsa, OK
- Oklahoma City, OK
Platt College campuses in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Moore and Lawton are accredited by: Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)
Licensed by the Oklahoma Board of Private and Vocational Schools.
*Credentials may vary depending on campus.
- American Association of Medical Personnel
- Better Business Bureau
- International Association of Culinary Professionals
- James Beard Culinary Foundation
- Library & Internet Resources Network (LIRN)
- Making the Grade
- National Restaurant Association
- OKC Chamber of Commerce
- Oklahoma Nurses Association
- Oklahoma Restaurant Assoiation